LNG moving forward in Australia
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Chevron, Exxon and Shell have agreed to go ahead with a $4 billion investment in the Gorgon LNG project in Western Australia aimed at boosting production at the Jansz-Io field.

Gorgon is the largest single-resource project in Australia. The Gorgon LNG plant, made up of three trains, is to have a full annual capacity of 15.6 million tonnes.

    Chevron is the operator of Gorgon LNG and owns 47% of the project. Its partners are Exxon Mobil Corp and Royal Dutch Shell (each with 25 %), with the remaining three percent held by three Japanese companies – Osaka Gas, Toyo Gas and JERA.

    The project involves building a 27,000-tonne floating field control station, a subsea compression infrastructure and a 135-km underwater power cable to Barrow Island, site of the LNG plant.

   Chevron says construction will take place over about five years.

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